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An incredible festival of pan-Asian products, Mega Trade Fair in Lucknow is where you need to be!

With products from 9 Asian countries and 15 Indian states, this international retail festival is a must visit!

Assuring a happy-tour for Lucknowites with a collection of the finest goods from India and Aisa, the sprawling lawns of Indira Gandhi Pratishthan in Gomti Nagar are hosting an International retail festival called 'Mega Trade fair'. Scheduled from 12th to 21st March 2021, the enticing exhibition of the choicest products sourced from 9 different countries of the continent, is welcoming visitors from 1 PM to 10 PM. With tickets priced at a minimal ₹30, this hub of multiple attractions guarantees you an exciting trip through the rich Asian market at surprisingly low costs!


Domestic essentials, home decor, apparel, accessories & much more!

Range of home decor products


Promising a visual treat for all attendees, the fair presents a striking array of products from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Tunisia Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey, Dubai and some other Asian countries. Ranging from domestic essentials and home decor to clothing and accessories, the list of items aggregated at this festival goes endless! If you are still not amazed, you would surely be now, for a rough estimate of the count of products displayed here stands at an enormous 31,000! Delighting all shoppers, the event is also giving out special gift hampers on a total purchase of ₹5,000 and above. In addition to this, fancy discounts, attractive offers and lucky draws call all you shopaholics, right away!

If apparel and accessories are the two things that woo you most at any shopping festival, you simply can't miss this haven of such products. From suits, lehengas and sharara sets to exquisite designer wear, you are bound to lose your heart to something here. Be it, silks and jamdani sarees weaved at the Dhaka factory or the ornamental silver, turquoise and emerald rings from Iran, everything displayed here is enchanting in its own ways! In addition to these, perfumes from Dubai, home decor items from Malaysia, wooden crafts from Tunisia, artistic accessories from Thailand and dry fruits and carpets from Afghanistan make sure that all visitors take back a bag full of their most loved products!

A glittering array of products from 15 different states across the country!

Inviting trades from multiple north, central and west Indian states, the fair is exhibiting a variety of products from the country too. Amongst the highlights, marble products from Rajasthan, handicrafts from Moradabad and snacks from Gujarat are a magnet for shoppers. Additionally, the top-quality ceramic, lighting and furniture items available surely account to be a part of shopping lists!

Divided into four halls, the exhibition ensures all measures to prevent overcrowding at any place. With regular temperature checks and multiple sanitiser dispensers, the organisers have prioritised the safety of all visitors. Strictly adhering to the COVID protocol, the authorities have mandated a stringent no mask, no entry policy.

Food stalls from different states to complete your shopping experience

No matter how good a shopping centre is, it would still be called incomplete if lacks a string of eateries. Making sure that it doesn't lag behind on these lines, 'Chatori Gali ' at the fair also has been arranged for an assortment of delish delicacies to satiate the cravings of all food buffs. Amongst food-counters from Rajasthan, Gujarat, Bihar and other Indian states, the Arabic cuisine stall will definitely catch your attention. To top it all, Lucknow's very own favourite outlet Prakash Kulfi is also serving the visitors at this exhibition!

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Given that this fair takes care of your simplest needs and requirements, you can't go back home empty-handed. Though a little high on pockets, we wonder if you would get any other opportunity to grab Asia's best products, right in your home city. Keeping up with today's world, the fair tickets are available on BookMyShow too. If you don't want to miss the coolest event in town these days, get your tickets here.

Where: Indira Gandhi Pratishthan, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

When: 12th to 21st March

Timings: 1 PM to 10 PM

Ticket price: ₹30

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